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The Pixar animated short that showed in front of ‘Finding Nemo 3D’ is now online for your viewing pleasure. It’s called ‘Partysaurus Rex’ and is directed by Mark Walsh a Pixar animator since ‘A Bug’s Life.’ And – fun factoid – Mr. Walsh provides the voice of Drips the water faucet cover in this short.
Wallace Shawn is back voicing Rex who is exiled to the bathroom after ruining Ms. Potato Head’s huge bubble. But this change in venue offers an oppertunity for Rex to re-make his image with the bathtime toys – and such is born Partysaurus Rex!
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Well here's a rare treat from the usually money hungry Disney/Pixar. While we would have fully expected the short "Partysaurus Rex" -- which unspooled in front of screenings for "Finding Nemo 3D" -- to only be available in the eventual home video release for the converted movie, the studio has gone ahead and thrown it online. Nice. The seven-minute movie finds Wallace Shawn reprising his role as Rex, and this time we find the toy dinosaur in the tub with Bonnie, along with a bunch of new friends, and a party comes to life. Simple and straightforward. Pixar heads will notice a few nods to other movies under the animation banner, and the entire affair is directed by Mark Walsh and bounces to a score by electronic artist BT. The short continues Pixar's branding of "Toy Story" long past the "finale" of "Toy Story 3," with the characters also »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Those who saw Disney Pixar's new 3D conversion of Finding Nemo in theaters were also treated to the latest Toy Story Short entitled Toy Story: Partysaurus Rex. Today, we have the full short right here, in case you missed it or just want to watch it again. Wallace Shawn returns as the dinosaur toy Rex, who throws a party for the discarded toys left in the bathtub. Watch as this animated shindig unfolds, and quickly gets out of hand. Its literally overflowing with fun!
Watch Pixar‘s full short Partysaurus Rex right here, at FilmoFilia! Don’t worry, it’s available in all countries! And a little message for other movie blogs out there – if you have something great (and this shorty is definitely awesome!) to share with people, share it with the whole world for God’s sake! This video is not available in your country message is so f*cking annoying!
In case you’re not so familiar with the whole thing, I will first inform you that we’re talking about Pixar’s wonderfull animated short film whch comes from director Mark Walsh.
This short movie played in theaters with Finding Nemo 3D, and on Monday it also premiered on Disney Channel.
When Rex finds himself left behind in the bathroom, »
- Jeanne Standal
Following in the footsteps of Hawaiian Vacation and Small Fry, Disney and Pixar showcased their short film Partysaurus Rex in front of Finding Nemo in 3D, continuing the exploits of Andy's toys from Toy Story, who are now living with the adorable Bonnie. Now the full short is online for your viewing pleasure. It's bathtub playtime an Rex gets a chance to shed his party-pooper past when he meets up with the rest of Bonnie's bathtime toys. As expected, it's a cute, funny little short film, and there's a great Godzilla scream from Rex (voiced by Wallace Shawn of The Princess Bride), but it ends a little abruptly. Watch it below! Here's Disney and Pixar's new animated short Partysaurus Rex from Disney (via SlashFilm): Partysaurus Rex is directed by Mark A. Walsh, a Pixar animator on films like The Incredibles, Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo and Ratatouille. When »
- Ethan Anderton
Back in September, Disney showed a new "Toy Story" short film, called "Partysaurus Rex," in front of theatrical showings of "Finding Nemo 3D." And now, the studio has released the entire short online. Check it out below. In "Partysaurus Rex," Rex puts his tiny arms to good use by turning on the water in a bath tub and gets the party going, which leads to a sort of bubble-filled rave, complete with glow-in-the-dark toys, disco lights and dance music. "What I was going for was, you move to a new town and make new friends, and suddenly you think you have this chance where you can reinvent yourself," said director Mark Walsh ("Finding Nemo" animator). "I love that Rex, in his sweetness, thinks he can reinvent who he is in the image of a party animal." Short Film: »
Pixar’s Finding Nemo 3D opens in theaters this weekend, and unlike some post-converted movies that are released as a cash grab, Finding Nemo 3D is absolutely worth seeing again, especially in 3D. When the movie was first released almost ten years ago, the gorgeous ocean-set pic looked beautiful and the animation was stunning. However, when Pixar converted the film, they also re-rendered it (without changing anything), and it’s now even more vivid with higher resolution. Finding Nemo has never looked this good, and the 3D actually helps tell the story. Another reason to see Finding Nemo 3D is Pixar's latest Toy Story short, Partysaurus Rex, which is playing before the movie. In the short, Rex (Wallace Shawn) gets to shed his nerdy persona as he becomes a party star after saving bath time for some tub toys. Here's a clip. Pixar recently held a press day for the »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
On August 14th and 15th, I attended the Finding Nemo 3d Press Junket in San Francisco, CA. I believe Crush, one of the loveable sea turtles from the film, sums the whole trip up best with this memorable quote:
“Saw the whole thing, dude. First you were all like “whoa”, and we were like “whoa”, and you were like “whoa…” ”
Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish, is unexpectedly taken to a dentist’s office aquarium. It’s up to Marlin (Albert Brooks), his worrisome father, and Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a friendly but forgetful Regal Blue Tang, to make the epic journey to bring Nemo home. Their adventure brings them face-to-face with vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish, hungry seagulls, and more. Marlin discovers a bravery he never knew, but will he be able to find his son?
The first night of the trip we were taken to Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, »
- Melissa Howland
An all-new clip from Disney-Pixar’s upcoming ‘Toy Story Toon,’ ‘Partysaurus Rex,’ will be shown in theaters before the theatrical re-release of the studio’s hit computer-animated film ‘Finding Nemo’ in 3D. The short, which will begin playing on September 14, was directed by Mark Walsh, and was produced by Kim Adam. The third installment of the ‘Toy Story Toon’ series, ‘Partysaurus Rex’ follows Rex, voiced by Wallace Shawn, the insecure toy T-Rex in the ‘Toy Story’ franchise. Rex goes from shrinking violet to sudsy stud when Bonnie brings him into the bathtub for an epic party. Watch the clip from ‘Partysaurus Rex’ below. Written by: Karen Benardello »
- Karen Benardello
The toys are back! Disney*Pixar’s brand-new Toy Story Toon, Partysaurus Rex, will run in theaters before Finding Nemo 3D starting September 14th. This adorable short is directed by Mark Walsh, produced by Kim Adam, and is the third installment of Toy Story Toons.
Partysaurus Rex features Rex (voiced by Wallace Shawn), the insecure toy T-Rex in the ‘Toy Story’ gang. Rex goes from shrinking violet to sudsy stud when Bonnie brings him into the bath! What follows can only be described as an Epic bathtub party.
Finding Nemo 3D & Partysaurus Rex hit theaters September 14th!
- Michelle McCue
We recently showed the first images from the upcoming "Toy Story" short, called "Partysaurus Rex," which is set appear in front of theatrical showings of "Finding Nemo 3D" on September 14th. In the movie, Rex puts his tiny arms to good use by turning on the water in a bath tub and gets the party going, which leads to a sort of bubble-filled rave, complete with glow-in-the-dark toys, disco lights and dance music. "What I was going for was, you move to a new town and make new friends, and suddenly you think you have this chance where you can reinvent yourself," said director Mark Walsh ("Finding Nemo" animator). "I love that Rex, in his sweetness, thinks he can reinvent who he is in the image of a party animal." Clip: »
Last week, we showed you the first photos from Pixar's latest short Toy Story: Partysaurus Rex, arriving in theaters September 14 attached to prints of Finding Nemo 3D. Today we have the first footage of Rex (Wallace Shawn) making new friends by starting a bathtub party. Watch as Rex gets wet and wild!
Last week, we got the first two brilliant images from Pixar’s upcoming Toy Story short, Partysaurus Rex, and now the first sneak peek clip has found its way online.
The film will be attached to the release of Finding Nemo 3D, which will be hitting Us theatres next month, before a later release in the UK next year.
“What I was going for was, you move to a new town and make new friends, and suddenly you think you have this chance where you can reinvent yourself,” says Walsh. “I love that Rex, in his sweetness, thinks he can reinvent who he is in the image of a party animal.”
Partysaurus Rex will be attached to Finding Nemo 3D, »
- Kenji Lloyd
The first images from the latest Toy Story short have just gone online, with everyone's favourite cowardly dinosaur Rex taking centre stage in the brilliantly named, Partysaurus Rex! The new short sees Rex (now owned by Bonnie, lest we forget) getting involved in the little girl's bathtime, where the opportunity arises for him to show off his fun-loving side. "If you’re a bath toy you get really intense playtime. It’s like a party,” says director Mark Walsh. “What I was going for was, you move to a new town and...
- George Wales
Pixar has been developing a new "Toy Story" short that will premiere in front of "Finding Nemo 3D," which hits theaters on September 14th. The short is called "Partysaurus Rex" and focuses on the toy dinosaur voiced by Wallace Shawn. In the movie, Rex puts his tiny arms to good use by turning on the water in a bath tub and gets the party going, which leads to a sort of bubble-filled rave, complete with glow-in-the-dark toys, disco lights and dance music. "What I was going for was, you move to a new town and make new friends, and suddenly you think you have this chance where you can reinvent yourself," said director Mark Walsh ("Finding Nemo" animator). "I love that Rex, in his sweetness, thinks he can reinvent who he is in the image of a party animal." Images: (click to enlarge) »
We all knew that Toy Story 3 would not be the end of the road for our favorite plastic protagonists. Now, thanks to /Film (via EW) we have our first look at their continuing adventures as seen in the upcoming Pixar short Partysaurus Rex, which will screen before the 3D re-release of Finding Nemo on September 14.
The short will focus on Rex, the neurotic Tyrannosaur sidekick from the three Toy Story films, as he tries to reinvent himself following the toys’ move to their new home with Bonnie. Tired of his usual panicky self, Rex (voiced by Wallace Shawn) decides to embrace his new place among the bath time toys. Given that he is the only one who can reach the knobs of the tub to turn the water on after play time to keep the party going, he becomes the new center of power for the underserved playthings.
Director Mark Walsh »
- Brian Roan
Toy Story‘s resident worrier, Rex (as voiced by Wallace Shawn in the franchise), is not a good-time dino. He’s not a party bipedal carnivore. He doesn’t like to cut loose. But in the latest Toy Story short, Partysaurus Rex, the lovable plastic tyrannosaurus is bent on breaking out of his little box, styling himself as some kind of wild party dude when the toys’ new owner, Bonnie, dispatches him for bathtub duty with some new pals. And bathtub playtime is nuts. Director Mark Walsh explains, “if you’re a bath toy you get really intense playtime. It’s like a party. Then when the water goes down you can’t move. You’re helpless. And that’s pathetic, these guys in bottom of the tub all the time.” Oh, that does sound like the aftermath of a party. But just what appeals to Rex about these wild times? As »
- Kate Erbland
If you haven’t yet seen Toy Story 3, where have you been? Don’t give me some excuse about being ‘too busy’ – you’re never too busy to watch Toy Story. If you can’t already tell, I’m a massive fan of the Disney trilogy, so I was more than excited to see stills released from the upcoming short Partysaurus Rex.
Directed by Mark Walsh (an animator for Finding Nemo, Ratatouille and The Incredibles), this mini-movie sees Rex become the star, as he’s contracted in as a bath toy. However, when bath time ends so does the fun, as his new comrades become stuck to the bottom of the tub. Even with his little limbs, Rex is able to get the party going again and somehow turns their boring, plastic home into a rave epicentre. Walsh has commented on his new creation, saying:
‘If you’re a bath »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
Disney Pixar has released the first two photos from Toy Story: Partysaurus Rex, debuting in front of Finding Nemo 3D on September 14. This short focuses on Wallace Shawn's Rex, who gets picked for a bit of bath time fun with Bonnie. Take a look at the photos, and then read on for more details from the actor, as well as director Mark Walsh, about this new Toy Story Toon.
"He's sick of being the angel of goodness and sensibleness and caution and fear. He wants to stand on the side of pleasure and happiness and joy. I live this drama every day of my life!"
Director Mark Walsh talked about the dichotomy of being a "bath toy, »
The first pictures of Toy Story: Partysauras Rex have been unveiled. The animated short film from Pixar features the often-scared Rex having his own adventure, and will play at cinemas before Finding Nemo 3D from September 14. Rex discovers that he becomes much less of a nervous wreck when he joins in with bath time. The film is the third in Pixar's Toy Story Toons series, which follows Woody, Buzz and friends with their new owner Bonnie. "He's sick of being the angel of goodness and sensibleness and caution and fear," voice actor Wallace Shawn told Entertainment Weekly. "He wants to stand on the side of pleasure and happiness and joy... I live this drama every day of my life!" Director Mark Walsh added: "If you're a bath toy (more) »
- By Tom Eames
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